Young Coventry swimmers and athletes are reflecting on a successful International Children’s Games (ICG) event which included a bronze medal in the 50m Butterfly. Eighteen students represented Coventry in the games held recently in Kaunas City, Lithuania.
Coventry Libraries are calling for children to sign up to read six books this summer as part of Animal Agents, the Summer Reading Challenge 2017.
Coventry’s London Rd Cemetery, one of the top five historic cemeteries in the country, is bidding to get further grant support from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help with restoration works.
Coventry has made the UK City of Culture 2021 shortlist and is now in a five-way race to win the title.
Birmingham 2022 today announced that Coventry’s Ericsson Indoor Arena will host netball as part of its Commonwealth Games bid proposal.
Richard Knowles is the latest person to be presented with a Good Citizen Award by Coventry’s Lord Mayor.
Coventry remembered the victims of the genocide at Srebrenica, when councillors stood in silence, 22 years after thousands lost their lives.
At Culture Coventry Museums we have a packed programme of exhibitions, workshops and events for school groups and teachers. Plus travel bursaries for pupils making two visits*
Work will get underway this month on a scheme to drive down traffic congestion and improve pedestrian safety at a major junction in Coventry.
At Culture Coventry Museums we have a packed programme of exhibitions, workshops and events for school groups and teachers. Plus travel bursaries for students making two visits*
Coventry’s Children’s Services has successfully bid for £871,000 to help prevent children from being repeatedly referred into social care.
The Early Years Training Directory Autumn and Spring Terms 2017/18 (including Paediatric First aid courses) is available to download.
Coundon Hall Park is set to gain a new pond and natural play area with the added benefit of flood protection following the excavation of over 13.5k cubic metres of soil.
A community centre in Hillfields has unveiled a brand new kitchen designed so that it is now accessible for people with disabilities. St Peter’s Centre secured £75,000 of funding – the bulk of which came from waste recycling charity WREN, plus money from donations and grants from local and national foundations.
Former Lord Mayor Cllr Lindsley Harvard has handed over thousands of pounds to two local charities following his year in office.
Coventry City Council has launched a video to encourage people to travel independently and expand their horizons!
Advice on how to recognise the stages of grooming is available from a regional partnership to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE).
Illegal off-road motorbikes along with irresponsible use of alcohol and nitrous oxide (laughing gas) could come under a citywide Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) if the public want it to happen.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival has won another top award – just days before thousands are set to flock to the War Memorial Park for three days of big-name music and entertainment.
A new Religious Education (RE) syllabus has been agreed and will be available for schools in Coventry and Warwickshire ready for the 2017/18 school year.
£7300 has been raised by school children who ran the Dol-y-Moch Mile as part of this year’s Coventry Half Marathon.
Coventry has been boosted ahead of the UK City of Culture shortlisting as several arts and culture organisations have been awarded key funding status. Arts Council England has announced its new raft of National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) which means they receive funding and support to help ensure they can deliver art and culture in their areas.
Young Coventry athletes and swimmers, will be competing in this year’s International Children’s Games (ICG) to be staged in Kaunas City, Lithuania from 4 July.
Coventry City Council looks set to approve changes in car parking charges for the first time since 2010.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor is inviting members of the public to celebrate Armed Forces Day on Saturday 24 June.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival is set for a Sunday circus spectacular, thanks to the team behind the bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021.
A city primary school has scooped a PE prize for its tennis club for deaf and hearing impaired pupils.
The UK’s first collaborative trial of connected and autonomous vehicle technology has been given the green light to move out onto city streets.
Week three of Coventry City Council's summer Bands in the Park sees the Dene River Jazzmen playing in the rear garden of Allesley Hall on Sunday 25 June and is FREE to attend.
Godiva Festival can now reveal the rest of its 2017 line up.